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Calendar of Events

Exhibit: "Traditions, Change and Celebration: Native Artists of the Southeast"

Friday, August 8, 2014

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Exhibit: "A Little Piece of the Cosmos: The Art of Roman Vishniac's Scientific Microscopy

Monday, December 1, 2014

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Exhibit: "Governors at Work and Play: National and Regional Governors' Conferences"

Thursday, January 15, 2015

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Damarah N. Reid Senior Voice Recital

Monday, January 26, 2015

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Beyond Ferguson: A poetic call for justice

Monday, January 26, 2015

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Michael Harley, Faculty Bassoon Recital

Monday, January 26, 2015

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Conversations on the Civil War: Abraham Lincoln

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

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Men's Chorus

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

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Featured Content

ed madden

One vision, many voices

Poet, associate professor of English and director of Women's and Gender Studies Ed Madden has been named the inaugural poet laureate for the City of Columbia. During his four-year term he plans to promote public art and the growth of the city's literary community.

A cut above

A cut above

Gregory Garret stumbled into his career after an apprenticeship at a salon turned him on to hairstyling while attending the University of South Carolina. It wasn't the traditional path for a college graduate but as the owner, manager and head stylist of Columbia's newest salon, Garret isn't just styling hair.

A passion to help, spurred by the outrage of injustice

A passion to help, spurred by the outrage of injustice

You cannot speak with Anna Scheyett for more than five minutes without realizing her passion to help people and, soon thereafter, her indignation at the obstacles to getting that help to those who need it most. It is the hallmark combination for any good social worker: individual well being and social justice.

Fast-track career

Fast-track career

Four months ago, Summer Swindle didn't know a Bugatti from a Bentley or a Maybach from a McLaren. Now she's managing events that draw more than 20,000 car enthusiasts to see some of the world's most exotic automobiles.

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In the News

“How cost of attendance may become a recruiting tool”

President discusses details in athletic scholarship expansion plans (feat. Harris Pastides) --USA Today

“Some books you may have missed in 2014”

UofSC historian’s book on Civil War noted among great nonfiction of past year (feat. Mark Smith, history) --Washington Post

“Making the most of your senior year in college”

Professor offers advice for college seniors (feat. Scott Gwara, English) --Huffington Post

“Four years after the meltdown, investigating Fukushima’s ecological toll”

Researcher examines ecological toll on area following radiation blast (feat. Tim Mousseau, biology) --Scientific American ($)

“Columbia technology accelerator readies another class for business boot camp”

UofSC/Columbia incubator bringing in next class of entrepreneurs --The State

“Grand Strand Medical Center to become teaching hospital this summer”

UofSC partners with Grand Strand Medical Center for residency program --WPDE-TV

“How young SC singers get a shot at The Met”

UofSC alumnae has chance to perform at Metropolitan Opera in NYC --The State

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